Daily Minyan at Chabad

Coffee and muffins served daily

8:00 AM Weekdays 
7:40 AM Rosh Chodesh & Fast Days 
9:00 AM Sundays & Major Nat'l Holidays
Shabbat Schedule:  Friday - Shabbat, March 16 - 17
Torah Reading: Vayikra, Leviticus 1:1 - 5:26
Second Torah (special for Shabbat Rosh Chodesh)Numbers 28:9-15 
Maftir (special reading for Parshat Hachodesh): Exodus 12:1-20
Haftora:  Ezekiel 45:18 - 46:15; Isaiah 66:1, 23-24, 23
Shabbat Candle Lighting: 6:46 PM
Shabbat Ends: 7:45 PM
Parshat Hachodesh - Shabbat Rosh Chodesh 
Friday, March 16 - Erev Shabbat
Minchah: 6:55  PM
Dvar Torah: Rabbi Fried 
Kabbalat Shabbat : 7:25 PM  
Shabbat,  March 17 - Shabbat Day    
Parsha Shiur: 9:00 AM
Chazzanim:  Yisroel and Yehoshua Kramer 
Shacharit: 9:45 AM
Dvar Torah: Rabbi Kugel
Introductory, Learners Service with Rabbi Chayim B. Alevsky
10:00-11:00 AM, upstairs, 'Green' Room.

Kids Shul 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Followed by Kiddush - Approx 12:15 PM
Kiddush is co-sponsored by Chaggai and Phillipa Zamir, and Hayim Vitali and Rachel Penso in honor of Vitali's mother's upcoming Yartzheit, on 4 Nissan 
***Followed by a Farbrengen in honor of  Shabbat Rosh Chodesh and Parshat Hachodesh***
Shiur: 5:35 PM
Mincha: 6:35  PM
Maariv and Havdala: 7:45 PM 
Parshat Hachodesh

This Shabbat we read a special Torah reading ( Exodus 12:1-20), called Hachodesh ("the month", literally, "the new [moon]"), in addition to the regular Torah reading. This is the fourth of four supplementary readings added in the weeks preceding Purim and Passover (Shekalim, Zachor, Parah and Hachodesh).
Hachodesh contains G‑d's communication to Moses on the 1st of Nissan, in Egypt, two weeks before the Exodus, in which He conveys to him the first mitzvah commanded to the people of Israel: To set the Jewish calendar in accordance with the monthly birth of the new moon, and regard Nissan, the month of the Exodus, as "the head of months."
Nissan Custom - Reciting the Nasi
One year after the Exodus, during the first 12 days of Nissan, the Mishkan, the portable tabernacle in the desert, was dedicated. Each day, the Nasi or prince of a different tribe brought a special offering as a way of inaugurating the Mishkan for use. During these twelve days, we read the passages in the Torah describing each Nasi's gift. (This section can be found in the Torah, Number 7:1 - 8:4.) Interestingly, these readings make up the Chanukah Torah reading, the time when the Temple was re-dedicated in the days of the Macabees. During Nissan, we also add a special prayer to be said after reading the portion each day. A final portion is read on the 13th of Nissan. All of this is printed in the back of the Chabad Siddur, as well as in other Siddurim. It can be said online  here.

Halachic Times

Earliest Talit & Tefillin (latest of the week): 5:31 AM (before time change), 6:25 AM (after time change)
Latest Shma (earliest of the week): 9:09 AM (before time change), 10:03 AM (after time change) 
For all halachic times, see